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Wanderer Just A Minute Sixty Second Face Mask Review

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  • 2021 Shortlisted Best New Mum/Maternity Skincare Product

Just A Minute works wonders in sixty seconds, helping time-strapped mums feel amazing by giving them a little lift when they need it most.

The rich and complex antioxidant formula is made from natural ingredients, including bentonite clay to remove impurities and toxins from pores. The high mineral content helps stimulate skin cells. Daikon Radish then reduces blemishes and age spots, leaving skin glowing.

Dermatologically tested, Just A Minute is midwife approved and suitable for sensitive skin. It's also vegan, cruelty-free and uses sustainable, recyclable packaging - because caring about mums also means caring for the environment.

Here’s what our parents thought, read their review here...

How did this product make your life easier?

Margaret Bain says: "I have a nearly 3 year old and a 7 week old baby. I have been using this product 2 to 3 times a week. Since having my 2nd child i shower at night and use this face mask before going in the shower. Its just nice to have some time to pamper myself as it does not happen often. My skin feels smoother and looks brighter already."

Heather Bell says: "I was really looking forward to trying this, as pre-baby I used to use a facemask at least once a week as part of my beauty routine and I hadn't found time to do this since the birth. It is good that it can give you the benefits of a facemask in just one minute and I am always on the lookout for plastic free brands with good ethics but it did not really meet my expectations."

Nadine Blowers says: "This product is just fantastic for quickness and feeling fresh morning and night. With a very demanding 7 week old baby my morning routine for skincare gets missed sometimes because just do not get a minute but with this i can put it on have a couple of minutes time to feel fresh and was it off ready for my day. I think this even if your not a mum will make morning and night routines for your face easier and better for getting on with the things that matter more like family time."

Would you recommend this product to other parents?

Georgina Cook says: "I would recommend this product to mums who want to try and keep up some kind of skin care routine at a really busy time. I think the 60 second mask would make a great gift for a new mum, allowing her to have a bit of a pick me up. It would be a push to say this is an essential purchase but it certainly is a nice treat."

Caroline Copp says: "I would definitely recommend this to a fellow mum or indeed anyone who is busy and needs a quick treatment option. The clay treats the skin but in removing the product, it also acts as an exfoliant so it is doubling up the treatment. The product also smelt pleasant and is natural so perfect to use after a baby."

Laura Danvers says: "I would definitely recommend the Just A Minute Sixty Second Face Mask to other new mums. It is nice to have a little bit of pampering which, as a new mum, we always sacrifice. The mask was easy to spread and a little went a long way. It smelt lovely and dried relatively quickly. It was then easy to wash off and left my skin feeling much softer. I had no irritation or reaction although I do not suffer from sensitive skin. The product is in nice packaging and the tub is recyclable which is good to know."

Would you choose this product above all others on the market?

Elizabeth Dapre says: "I would definitely choose this above other products because it’s so quick to use, easy to apply, easy to remove, and makes my skin feel great. Another thing, which I’m not sure was intentional or not, is that it has a very subtle colour. As such I felt no hesitation using it whilst my two little ones had a bath as it didn’t look like some other very obvious ones I have used in the past which I imagine would look quite scary to babies/toddlers! I think £22 is a really reasonable price for this product."

Abby Kolberg says: "I would choose this amongst others as it is entirely catered for mummies and I love that. There are little sayings on the packaging that make me smile - totally relatable and I love that they have made a product knowing that we don't have a lot of time for self care products like these. A fantastic idea and its such a spa like product - very luxurious and smells lovely. It was so nice to apply and escape the normal uncared run down skin! So happy with it."

Lucy Tement says: "Yes I would, I don't know any other product that feels like a proper face mask (not just a face scrub) but will work in such little time. Soft enough (and quick enough) for daily use if required and can also leave it on for longer if you have the time for a full pamper. A little goes a long way and smells lovely!"

What changes would you make to this product?

Margaret Bain says: "I would not change a thing about this face mask. The mask is made from natural ingredients, it is vegan and cruelty free. The packaging is plastic free and recyclable. Mums can leave the mask on from 1 minute to 15 minutes depending on how much time you have. I have been leaving the face mask on for a minute or so and my skin feels better. Its feels like a mini spa treatment."

Heather Bell says: "I think the scent of this product is too strong, particularly if your hormones are making your sense of smell extremely sensitive. The texture is also a little odd - I was expecting a smooth 'mud' type of texture and I found the little granules of exfoliant off-putting and uncomfortable. I also think the price is a little high, compared to other face masks on the market."

Nadine Blowers says: "I wouldn't necessarily change anything on this product other than maybe adding a brush or a spectacular type thing to put it on the face. Using your fingers is fine but i feel like if it had something to put it on with it would feel more salon style. The design of the tub is good but maybe this could be made from some sort of biodegradable tub so that i would have to throw the glass into general waste."

  • Author: Maria Martin Maria Martin
  • Job Title: Online Editor

Maria is the Online Editor for Mother&Baby. She is a biker, mama-of-one who enjoys baking and taking her little one to messy play. Maria's focus is around breastfeeding, post-partum depression and weaning. She aspires to help fellow mums through pregnancy, motherhood and beyond by discussing issues such as mental health and self-care. You can find Maria on Instagram and LinkedIn. Maria has won Bauer Media Awards for 2018 Digital Editor Of The Year and 2017 Digital Talent Of The Year. 

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